Short Break / Holiday
- One night stay in a Traditional room
- Use of The Spa and leisure facilities
- Two round-trip transfers to Cheltenham (10 minutes by car)
- Saturday night stay
- Upgrade to Classic room
- Upgrade to Luxury room
- Ritual Journey Spa treatment
- Extra night
- Online credit card payments accepted.
- A refundable deposit of 15% is required to guarantee the booking
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Get away from it all with Country house hotel break in Cheltenham and the wonderfully luxurious Ellenborough Park hotel. Includes two round-trip transfers into Cheltenham, England’s most complete Regency town, known for its historic Promenade, pretty squares and beautiful public parks. Relax in the outdoor cafés, browse the individual boutiques, partake of the rich cultural life on offer, or enjoy a day at one of England’s top racecourses. Cheltenham has it all.
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Ellenborough Park, with its gorgeous bedrooms individually designed by Nina Campbell, is a classic Cotswold manor transformed into an exceptional destination hotel. The Indian-themed spa, heated outdoor pool, superb dining, and countryside setting have helped it to rocket to third place in the 2013 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice for UK hotels. Moreover, it’s set in parkland adjacent to Cheltenham’s panoramic racecourse, famous throughout the world for the quality of its horseracing.
Ten minutes’ drive away is Cheltenham Spa itself, a town celebrated for its Regency architecture, pavement cafes, fine restaurants, manicured parks and individual gems of shops. Whether you visit the famous Promenade, elegant Montpellier, the stylish Suffolks or any other ‘quarter’ of this fascinating town, each offers its own unique character.
Cheltenham has also become known for the sheer quality of its rich cultural life. The town hosts festivals throughout the year: jazz, science, music and literature; as well as excellent theatre. Alongside the magnificent Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum (due to reopen mid-2013 after extensive redevelopment), there’s the charming Holst Birthplace Museum, celebrating the ‘Planets’ composer. You can still explore Cheltenham’s spa past at the historic Pittville Pump Room, set in an ornate public park.
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